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The First 100K Users are Always the Hardest, by Wordpress Founder Matt Mullenweg. The BayCHI program for August 8, 2006, featuring Bill Scott of Yahoo! and WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg. This program is in two parts. This is part two, Matt Mullenweg's presentation. Bill Scott's presentation is available separately. Matt describes strategies for scaling your community from one to 100,000 users and beyond. He has twelve rules (plus one more for free), including the importance of obsessing...
Topics: Speech, Matt Mullenweg, Wordpress, BayCHI, Rashmi Sinha
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The BayCHI podcast for December 11, 2007, Learning to Create Engaging Apps for Facebook with Dave McClure of Stanford, Psychologist B.J. Fogg, and their students, who created Faceboooks apps that attracted millions of users in just a few weeks. In September 2007, B.J. and Dave teamed up to teach a new Stanford course about using metrics to create engaging Facebook apps. They knew the risks: The course could end up a spectacular failure. But in just ten busy weeks, the apps developed by the...
Topics: baychi, persuasive technology, facebook, dave mcclure, b.j. fogg, rashmi sinha
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by Bill Scott, Rashmi Sinha
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Designing for Ajax with Bill Scott of Yahoo! The BayCHI program for August 8, 2006, Designing for Ajax with Bill Scott of Yahoo!, and WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg, who says The First 100K Users are Always the Hardest. This program is in two parts. This is part one, Bill Scott's presentation. Matt Mullenweg's presentation is available separately. With Ajax, new web design patterns have emerged. Bill will presents core design principles for rich interaction with web applications. He...
Topics: Speech, Ajax, Yahoo!, Bill Scott, Design Patterns, BayCHI, Rashmi Sinha
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by Dave McClure, B.J. Fogg, Rashmi Sinha
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The BayCHI podcast for December 11, 2007, Learning to Create Engaging Apps for Facebook with Dave McClure of Stanford, Psychologist B.J. Fogg, and their students, who created Faceboooks apps that attracted millions of users in just a few weeks. In September 2007, B.J. and Dave teamed up to teach a new Stanford course about using metrics to create engaging Facebook apps. They knew the risks: The course could end up a spectacular failure. But in just ten busy weeks, the apps developed by the...
Topics: baychi, persuasive technology, facebook, dave mcclure, b.j. fogg, rashmi sinha
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A panel discussion titled Beyond Search: Social and Personal Ways of Finding Information. The panelists are Neil Hunt of Netflix, David Porter of Live365, Tom Conrad of Pandora, Kevin Rose of Digg, and Joshua Schachter of del.icio.us. BayCHI's Rashmi Sinha is the moderator. Exciting developments in social search and personalization help users find information: recommendations based on personal tastes, social trends, tags, ratings, popularity, and friends tastes. These methods go beyond the...
Topics: BayCHI, Neil Hunt, Netflix, David Porter, Live365, Tom Conrad, Pandora, Kevin Rose, Digg, Joshua...
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Author Scott Berkun at BayCHI on What To Do When Things Go Wrong: Saving Design Train Wrecks
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Jock Mackinlay of Tableau Software on "Visual Interfaces for Databases" and information visualization demos by Jeff Heer of U.C. Berkeley, Josh On of They Rule, and Mike Migurski and Eric Rodenbeck of Stamen Design with Mappr, introduced by BayCHI's Rashmi Sinha. Jock Mackinlay coined the term "information visualization" and, with Stuart Card and Ben Schneiderman, edited the canonical "Readings in Information Visualization." As director of user interface at Tableau...
Topics: BayCHI, Information Visualization, Jock Mackinlay, Tableau Software, Eric Rodenbeck, Michal...
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by Craig Villamor and Chris Auyeung, Salesforce.com
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The BayCHI Interaction Design BOF and IxDA (Interaction Design Association) Silicon Valley present: BayCHI: Salesforce1: Designing for Scale by Going Small, with Craig Villamor and Chris Auyeung, Salesforce.com Making large-scale changes to a well established product is fraught with challenges. Craig and Chris will share how they overcame obstacles in designing Salesforce1, Salesforce.com’s flagship mobile app. They will discuss how they leveraged mobile as a way to control scope and tame...
Topics: baychi, sigchi, acm, salesforce, design
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by Craig Villamor and Chris Auyeung, Salesforce.com
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The BayCHI Interaction Design BOF and IxDA (Interaction Design Association) Silicon Valley present: BayCHI: Salesforce1: Designing for Scale by Going Small, with Craig Villamor and Chris Auyeung, Salesforce.com Making large-scale changes to a well established product is fraught with challenges. Craig and Chris will share how they overcame obstacles in designing Salesforce1, Salesforce.com’s flagship mobile app. They will discuss how they leveraged mobile as a way to control scope and tame...
Topics: baychi, sigchi, acm, salesforce, design
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Jensen Harris of Microsoft at the BayCHI monthly program, December 13, 2005, on Office's new "ribbon" UI, preceded by some BayCHI business.Jensen Harris of Microsoft at the BayCHI monthly program, December 13, 2005, on Office's new "ribbon" UI, preceded by some BayCHI business.
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Jensen Harris of Microsoft at the BayCHI monthly program, December 13, 2005, on Office's new "ribbon" UI, preceded by some BayCHI business.
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Jensen Harris of Microsoft at the BayCHI monthly program, December 13, 2005, on Office's new "ribbon" UI, preceded by some BayCHI business.
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Merlin Mann is a strong advocate of the life management methodology called Getting Things Done. He explains that Getting Things Done provides tools to manage the information and messages that bombard us daily, make progress on the projects that are important to us, and escape the feelings of dread and low self-esteem that come from an ever-growing email inbox. Merlin Mann is the creator and editor of 43folders.com, which he describes as a community of expertise, and 5ives.com, an entertaining...
Topics: BayCHI, Merlin Mann, Getting Things Done, GTD, 43 Folders
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Mimi Yin is the interaction designer for the nascent open-source personal information manager Chandler. She explains how Chandler supports the life management methodology called Getting Things Done. Chandler and Getting Things Done share a common goal: to provide a unified framework for collecting, processing, organizing, and reviewing information, resulting in a PIM system that is trusted and complete. If you write about this program on your blog, please consider using the tag...
Topics: BayCHI, Mimi Yin, Getting Things Done, GTD, OSAF, Chandler
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by Steve Williams
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The BayCHI podcast for September 12, 2006, with Tara Hunt on Pinko Marketing and Marc Canter on the People Aggregator. Pinko Marketing: With Google and Yahoo! offering free software, even commoditizing is impossible. Is there hope for a bootstrapped startup? Tara Hunt says yes, but you have to turn everything you know about marketing on its head. Branding, planning and targeting are relics of the past. Markets are conversations, and you may not even be allowed to join that conversation. Pinko...
Topics: BayCHI, Tara Hunt, Pinko Marketing, Marc Canter, People Aggregator
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Ed Batista, Steve Gillmor, and Seth Goldstein of AttentionTrust.org at BayCHI: "You Own Your Attention." Introduced by BayCHI's BayCHI Program Chair Paul Sas.
Topics: BayCHI, Ed Batista, Steve Gillmor, Seth Goldstein, AttentionTrust.org, Attention
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"Lose the User: Players are At the Center of Design-Centered Disciplines." Paul Sas argues that user-centered designers shouldn't call their target audience "users" or their experiences "content," because those terms flatten interaction into a passive act of consumption. The most exciting web sites evolve and adapt as they are used by their fans, people who Paul suggests we call "players." If you write about this program on your blog, please consider...
Topics: Paul Sas, BayCHI, User Experience, Usability, Mary Van Riper
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by Christopher Allen, Michael Goldhaber, Paul Sas
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The BayCHI podcast for July 11, 2006, with Christopher Allen of Life With Alacrity on The Dunbar Number, Unstructured Trust, and Why Groups Don't Scale, and Michael Goldhaber on the Attention Economy. We rely on internet-mediated social software tools for our day-to-day interaction. Such tools require a better understanding of the psychology and social dynamics of individuals in groups. Christopher Allen says the Dunbar Number is useful in understanding why groups don't scale. Michael Goldhaber...
Topics: BayCHI, Christopher Allen, Dunbar Number, Unstructured Trust, Michael Goldhaber, Attention Economy